, Kingston Township, will be paid $50,000 as manager of the wills and deeds office, which also handles marriage licenses and records involving estates, guardianships and adoptions.
• Dysleski, 57, is a human services fiscal officer and interim human services division head and will start managing wills and deeds Oct. 21.
Dysleski, who also works as a part-time evening instructor at King's College, has a bachelor's degree in psychology and criminal justice and a master's degree in public administration.
As recorder of deeds, Dysleski cross-trained employees, streamlined operations and embraced technology, establishing the county's first online recording of documents, Hoggarth said.
The online access to land records initiated by Dysleski
generates county revenue and boosted public access, she